It was a busy week on In the Market with Janet Parshall as we offered hope for those who are struggling with depression. We spent the hour with two elected South Carolina representatives who offered a message of unity amidst a divided country. On Wednesday, we discovered how married couples can live and love fiercely in Christ. Finally, we became better equipped on how to boldly share the good news of salvation. Now it’s your turn to call in and share your thoughts on these topics and more on Open Phones Friday!
We began the week on In the Market with Janet Parshall with a timely discussion on euthanasia. We then received an update on the persecuted Church and how to pray specifically for needs around the world. We heard the real story behind the Winter Olympic games and then looked at ethical issues surrounding the breeding of humans and chimpanzees. Mid-week we looked through the eyes of Jesus’ first century Jewish disciples to find engaging insights. Yesterday, we focused our attention on national security issues and learned how to pray for those in the entertainment industry. Join us today as we take your calls on In the Market!
Craig Parshall is a senior legal counsel to Washington-based groups, including the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), where he focuses on free speech and religious liberty issues. He is also the founding Director of the John Milton Project for Free Speech, and is a leading strategist on matters of free speech on the Internet. Craig is also a columnist and a New York Times best-selling fiction author.
In the Market with Janet Parshall, challenges listeners to examine major news stories and issues being debated in the marketplace of ideas and speaks to them with the Word of God. In this fast-paced, caller-driven program, Janet evaluates newsworthy topics with guests and listeners using the Bible as a framework for discussion. This daily program addresses relevant issues important to Christians, with an engaging mix of listener interaction and commentary from highly respected guests.